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    Beyoncé Earns Her 21st Top Ten Single On The Billboard Hot 100 Chart This Week

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    Her current single “Cuff It” jumps from No. 38 to No. 10, furthering Beyoncé’s feat as one of 23 artists (soloist and group) to pull 20 or more top 10 Hot 100 hits.

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    Beyoncé achieved the latter Hot 100 record with “Break My Soul,” the liberating anthem from her platinum-selling and award-winning album Renaissance.

    The Grammy-nominated song, co-written and co-produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, advanced to No. 1 in the Aug. 13, 2022, issue.

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    “Cuff It” debuted at No. 13 on the Hot 100 during the same week “Break My Soul” rose to the summit. It’s the highest debut on the popular singles chart for any song from Renaissance.

    The starting Hot 100 results could have been different for “Break My Soul,” which debuted at No. 15 the week that ended June 27, 2022, after only three days of tracking.

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    “Cuff It,” co-produced by Beyoncé, Raphael Saadiq, The-Dream, Nova Wav and Rissi, achieved No. 1 status simultaneously on R&B, urban and rhythmic radio formats.

    Billboard No. 1 sightings for “Cuff It” are also noted on the following charts:

    R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales — No. 1 for 3 weeks

    R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay — No. 1 for 2 weeks

    Rhythmic Airplay — No. 1 for one week

    On Spotify, “Cuff It” has amassed more than 312 million streams since releasing July 29.

    As fans wait for an official video, the song’s lyric visual has generated 30 million on YouTube.

    More than 2.6 million TikTok videos have been created using audio from “Cuff It,” an 18% increase since we last reported in early December 2022.

    At the 2023 Grammy Awards, Beyoncé is up for nine nominations, including three in the general field, Album of the Year (Renaissance), Song of the Year (“Break My Soul”) and Record of the Year (“Break My Soul”).

    Beyoncé picked up a Best R&B Song nod for “Cuff It,” making it her eighth time being nominated in this category, winning four.

    She took home her last trophy for “Drunk in Love” featuring JAY-Z at the 57th Grammy Awards in 2015.

    The 65th Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, will air live Sunday, Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS and stream live and be on demand on Paramount+.

    Stream “Cuff It” by Beyoncé below.

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